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The Mitsubishi Eclipse - The Eclipse Car of the 2022

The Mitsubishi Eclipse - The Eclipse Car of the 2022. The Mitsubishi Eclipse was introduced in 1990. It was designed in the U.S. at the Mitsubishi Motors North America Design Studio. There were four trim levels: the base model, GT, GTS, and the Turbo. The Turbo was fitted with a 2.0-liter 4-G63 engine and produced 195 horsepower. It was capable of zero-to-60 mph in under seven seconds. The Mitsubishi Eclipse was named after an 18th century racehorse.

The Mitsubishi Eclipse's driveline is fairly simple and includes a four-cylinder engine, automatic transmission, limited-slip center differential, and rear axle locking differential. All models are FWD, and the first generation included a manual transmission. All versions have a five-speed manual transmission and a front axle limited-slip diff. The GS version also comes with a sunroof, power windows, air conditioning, and a power steering system. The interior and exterior trims were designed to increase safety.

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The Eclipse is available with manual transmission or automatic. Unlike the domestic Japanese market, the Eclipse was sold internationally. The international market versions had fewer horsepower than their Japanese counterparts. The 4G63 engine produced 210 hp (157 kW) and 154 hp (113 kW). This resulted in reduced horsepower. However, international Eclipses were also more fuel efficient than their domestic counterparts. The International market models had a 1.6-liter turbocharged engine in place of a V-6. The Mitsubishi Eclipse is one of the few Japanese vehicles to have a hybrid system.

The Mitsubishi Eclipse has been in production for twenty years and four generations. The Eclipse has been a polarizing car that continues to challenge conventional thinking. The SEL model has a more distinctive design than its predecessors, and a new era of the Mitsubishi Eclipse has begun. The latest Eclipse is an innovative SUV, with a unique style that stands out in the SUV class. It has a turbocharged 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine with 152 horsepower. Regardless of what trim level you purchase, the fuel efficiency is excellent, with a combined mileage of 25 mpg in the city and 26mpg on the freeway.

While the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross's new gray leather interior offers a stylish and comfortable interior, its interior is dated and lacks sufficient legroom for standard-sized adults. Its rear seats, meanwhile, are uncomfortable. The front seats are more supportive than the rear ones, but the Eclipse Cross is a far cry from the previous generation's reclining backrest. While the Eclipse Cross has plenty of cargo space, they are prone to sagging and may not be as comfortable as you'd like.

Although the Mitsubishi Eclipse is no longer a true sports car, it still has plenty of charm. While it was a popular car for many years, it had a sloping roofline and was not the most efficient. Its sloping roofline and rear hatch made it difficult to load larger items, but it remained one of the best-looking cars in the segment. Its swooping design emphasized its athleticism and was a turn-off for many buyers.

The Mitsubishi Eclipse has a distinctive look and is available in several trim levels. The fourth-generation Eclipse is the most up-to-date model and is the fastest model, but it isn't the only model on the market. There's a GT and a GS. The GT's engine produces 263 hp and 260 lb-ft., while the GS is 162 hp. The Mitsubishi Eclipse's chassis is based on the PS platform family of cars and shares many mechanical components with the PS platform.

The Mitsubishi Eclipse was a popular car until the recent swooping facelift on the car for the 2009 model year. The changes in the front fascia included fog lights and the removal of the triangle housing the "three diamond" logo. The rear fascia was redesigned with raised silver letters and the eclipse's name was changed. Despite the new design, the engine is still one of the best-selling cars in the U.S.

The Mitsubishi Eclipse was available in seven trim levels. The base trim was the basic model while the GS trim was the top-of-the-line version. The GS trim was only offered in the mid-model year. It was available in two distinct versions: a GL and a GSX. The GLX added a power antenna and rear turn signals. The GH and GS models were more expensive.

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